who are we ?

exporTT is the National Export Facilitation Organization of Trinidad and Tobago, charged with generating export growth and diversification in the non-energy goods and services sectors.   Catering to the needs of all Exporters, exporTT focuses on building internationally competitive firms, improving the business environment, and harnessing the differentiating factors that set Trinidad and Tobago exporters apart in the global market place.

As the trade policy implementing agency of the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI), we provide a comprehensive range of services to exporters focused on increasing non-energy exports, increasing the number of Exporters and delivering value for money.

Our ultimate objective is developing a sustainable and diversified export sector for Trinidad and Tobago. We are customer-centric, results driven and home to the resident expertise in matters of international trade.

 We are exporTT, Creating a World of Opportunities.

Best Practices & Common Mistakes When Sourcing From China

Access all videos in the China Sourcing Playlist.

China Sourcing experts of Inveni Business & Technology Ltd. tackle bigger issues of contracts, logistics, dispute resolution and more in the exporTT Webinar: Best Practices & Common Mistakes When Sourcing from China.

Recent Blogs

A Closer Look at Atlanta- The Caribbean Diaspora 2

A Closer Look at Atlanta- The Caribbean Diaspora 2

As seen in the table below, Atlanta has a Caribbean population of about 81,000. Dekalb County in Atlanta has been…
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A Closer Look at Atlanta - The Caribbean Diaspora 1

A Closer Look at Atlanta - The Caribbean Diaspora 1

Image 1– Fast Facts on Atlanta Georgia- US Census Bureau, 2017 The United States is a popular place for Caribbean…
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Virtual Mission to Haiti

Virtual Mission to Haiti

CALLING ALL SECTORS! This mission has been simmering for some time and now with our virtual solution well established, we…
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More Free Webinars

managing agents & distributors through a pandemic and beyond

Given that the global crisis has crippled so many businesses and global economies, there is the need for exporters to critically assess how they will navigate export markets moving forward.

adapting for post - covid exports

This programme covered the effects of COVID-19 on the services sector and refocused on ‘Cross-Border Trade in Services’. Presenters also covered potential clusters for export development, improving your digital presence, adjusting your business model, exporting to Canada and the European Union Markets and Canada specifics: market and population, ports and airports of entry, distribution in Canada.

The Art of Conducting In-Market Research

I learnt the importance of collecting complete data while on market visits and analyzing this data to make informed and calculated decisions. This included: desk research vs hands on research, prepping in advance of trade visits, identifying the opportunities for channel development, selecting methodology and studying consumer shopping habits through observation. This programme was very valuable and I will recommend to other departments and companies.
Rena Rahaman
Global Sales Manager

Chile Virtual Mission

The Trinidad & Tobago National Petroleum Marketing Company (NP) participated in its first Virtual (B2B) Meeting and Trade Mission with Chile supported by exporTT who organized and coordinated the effort during April 2020. The virtual meetings were well organized and coordinated and the consultants really made great efforts to connect NP with organizations interested in Lubricant products we offer. From the quality of the Consultants selected to the experience and capability of the Interpreters & Translators, significant effort was placed in ensuring that the process was a success.

IP Clinic, Excellent Workshop.

A mind-opening workshop that has helped me to prioritize protecting our company’s products & services in the short and long term. I learnt of pitfalls that could have been very costly to my business in the short term. I would highly recommend it. - Past Participants of the Intellectual Property Clinic